The Murder of Joan Woodhouse – Part Two Now Available

We continue with the second and final part of our #TrueCrime investigation looking into the murder of Joan Woodhouse, whose body was discovered in Arundel Park, West Sussex on Tuesday August 10th, 1948. She had been raped and strangled.

After previously visiting the scene of the attack and discovering what everybody already knew about the murder, we use this episode to undertake our own investigation and head back to Sussex to visit the records office and delve into the old case files to find much more information.

We’ll uncover brand new details which will change everything we know about Joan’s plans that weekend and the police investigation.

We’ll also tell you how this case can still be solved…

 

Researched and presented by John & Sally. Produced and Edited by Peter Beeston. Narration by Angela Ness.

Justice for Joan : The Arundel Murder by Martin Knight, is available on Amazon

You can find ‘A Psych For Sore Minds’ here on YouTube

Our case notes are available here and the contents from the briefcase are here.

New Episode Online Now – The Murder of Joan Woodhouse

We’re back with a brand new #TrueCrime investigation as we look into the murder of Joan Woodhouse, whose body was discovered in Arundel Park, West Sussex on Tuesday August 10th, 1948. She had been raped and strangled.

But why was she at that location? She had told everybody she was going in the opposite direction to the North of England to visit her family. So what happened to her on that scorching hot August Bank Holiday weekend?

Join us both, as we travel to the scene of the murder to uncover the truth, talk to a number of experts, family connections and look into a literal ‘case of mystery’.

Can we uncover what really happened?

Researched and presented by John & Sally. Produced and Edited by Peter Beeston. Narration by Angela Ness.

Justice for Joan : The Arundel Murder by Martin Knight, is available on Amazon

Our case notes are available here and the contents from the briefcase are here.

 

Interview In ‘That’s Life! Crime Scene’

If you grab a copy of the new March edition of “That’s Life! Crime Scene” magazine in the shops (here in the UK) you’ll find a new two page spread about us and our podcast.

It was an absolute pleasure speaking with them about what we both do and the cases we’ve looked at and are planning for the future.

You find out much more about the magazine at thatslife.co.uk